FARMINGTON, Conn. — With the
introduction of interferon free therapies, it is possible that the
hepatitis C infection may be cured or even eradicated within the next 10
to 20 years.
BroadcastMed, Inc. and UAB Medicine present Brendan
McGuire, MD, and his colleagues at the University of Alabama at
Birmingham with their review of the changing landscape for the treatment
of the hepatitis C virus (HCV).
View their presentation on the UAB MD Learning Channel, http://learnmd.uabmedicine.org/videos/overview-of-hepatitis-c.
It includes an overview of hepatitis C, a discussion on the
epidemiology of the disease, and an exploration of complications in HCV
patients, possible liver transplantation, and the current and future
roles of therapies in treating and possibly curing the disease.
Labels: overview of new treatments, patient education, physician education, video